Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives Multiple Choice Test Questions

David Eagleman
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1. Sum: In this afterlife a person's life is:
(a) Relived from good to bad.
(b) Reviewed from beginning to end.
(c) Relived from bad to good.
(d) Grouped together according to activity.

2. Sum: Once you make it through the pain segment of your remembered life:
(a) You are allowed to forget it all.
(b) You must relive each moment three times.
(c) You must make restitution for your wrongs.
(d) You are pain free forever.

3. Sum: In this afterlife you begin to long for:
(a) Your earthly life where everything was in time order.
(b) Your parents, friends and relatives.
(c) An escape from the torture of your memories.
(d) A shower as you don't have one for a while.

4. Sum: In this afterlife:
(a) Everything is hopeless and joyless.
(b) Everything is happy and joyful.
(c) Everything is sad.
(d) Everything is not always pleasant.

5. Egalitaire: This god is very unusual because he/she is:
(a) Vengeful.
(b) Sensitive.
(c) Angry.
(d) Silly.

6. Egalitaire: This god is:
(a) A child.
(b) A man.
(c) A woman.
(d) A vaporous gas.

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